Established in 1976 to encourage philosophy that takes Christianity for granted, exploring the consequences of theism rather than questioning its basis.
Includes interviews, art, works, biography, and dictionaries.
Collection of resources on philosophers of religion by Charles Bellinger.
A selected bibliography on the ontological argument, with particular attention to the historical and logical developments.
Known also as Lublin Thomism and Christian Existentialism. Site contains basic information and articles.
Resources in the analytic philosophical tradition, including religious epistemology, theistic arguments, medieval philosophy, and teaching resources and discussion groups.
Online journal for philosophy of religion. It publishes refereed articles, literature surveys and discussion notes, as well as book reviews and bibliographies.
Reasoning known as the cosmological argument attempts to justify belief in God by pointing to the existence of the cosmos, its causal orderliness, and alleged evidence of its being in some sense designed to include life and intelligence.
Argument due to Blaise Pascal for believing, or for at least taking steps to believe, in God. Encyclopedia entry by Alan Hájek.
A survey by Graham Oppy of arguments for God's existence that do not proceed from observation of the world around us.